August 2008: Assembly Government’s legislation: Welsh laws for 2008/2009 – ‘Going further’ in Welsh NHS reforms: Local health boards could be scrapped – One year, One Wales: Plaid Cymru and Labour celebrate their anniversary – The convention meets: Powers for the Assembly.
June 2008: Severn Barrage: An ‘ecological disaster’? – Welsh Conservatives: Recovering from Cairns’ on-air controversy (picture) – Joint Working: Revival of a UK_wide ministerial committee – ‘Everyone’s business’: Committee reports on infections progress.
May 2008: Olympian struggle: Wales ‘operating on an uneven playing field’ –
Welsh Local Government Elections 2008: Testing times for the Labour Party in Wales – Health of the Welsh NHS: Change is in the air again for the Welsh NHS.
April 2008: Spring Forward: Plaid and Conservatives end – Welsh conference season – Lessons Learnt: Assembly audit report and its implications – Licence To Cull: latest bid to halt the spread of bovine TB.
John Osmond links the debate on big salaries to Welsh approaches to public service.
March 2008: Welsh Conferences: Labour and Lib Dems hold their Welsh conferences – Energy Future: The future of energy in Wales and the UK considered – Welsh Powers: Shifting authority from London to Wales.
January 2008: No Hain, no gain?: How Wales will fare with a new Welsh Secretary – The convention defined: Role of the All Wales Convention explained – Law-making returns to Wales: The Assembly’s new powers reviewed.
December 2007: All_Wales Convention Taking Shape: Greater powers for the Assembly to be discussed – Welsh Politician of the Year Awards: Christmas comes early for one Welsh politican – No Child Kept Behind: Are we doing enough to help the most able?
November 2007: Assembly Budget Blues: The Assembly Government’s draft budget receives sharp criticism – Welsh Liberal Democrats Leadership: Mike German decides to stay on, for now at least – Public or Private?: A fresh perspective on the roles of public and private organizations.